Participants

Meet some of our participants of 2021.

  • Petra Maria Asprion

    Petra Maria Asprion is leading the Competence Centers Cyber Security & Resilience as well as Blockchain at FHNW School of Business.

  • Bettina Schneider

    Bettina Schneider is the initiator of the Tri-National Cybersecurity Days. She is a researcher and lecturer at FHNW passionate for Cybersecurity Awareness, Privacy as well as Blockchain-based Digital Identities.

  • Philipp Nenninger

    Philipp Nenninger is a Professor the at the University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe. As former R&D manager at ABB Germany he has a strong industry background. His focus areas are industry 4.0 and automation technology.

  • Nathalie Gratzer

    Nathalie Gratzer is Project Manager National Strategy for the Protection of Switzerland against Cyber Risks at the Federal Office for National Economic Supply.

  • Christine Seifermann

    Christine Seifermann works for the Baden-Württemberg project DIGIHUB Südbaden, which supports small and medium-sized enterprises in the challenges of digital transformation and also sensitizes companies to cybersecurity issues.

  • Esther Zaugg

    Esther Zaugg is working as repository manager in the field of Open Access at Zurich University of the Arts. As master student at FHNW she is developing a data protection impact assessment tool targeting micro businesses.

  • Edgardo Montes de Oca

    Edgardo Montes de Oca is the CEO of Montimage, a French SME specialized in cyber security, secure 4G/5G mobile and IoT networks, provider of Cyber Threat Intelligence, and network security solutions for SMEs.

  • Andrea Tribelhorn

    Andrea Tribelhorn is working as Cybersecurity Consultant at Detecon. Her focus areas are Cybersecurity Strategy, Governance and Compliance. Moreover, she is the president of the ISACA Switzerland Chapter, a professional association focused on IT Governance.

  • Dr. Manuel Suter

    Manuel Suter arbeitet für die Geschäftsstelle des Nationalen Zentrum für Cybersicherheit NCSC. Das NCSC ist das Kompetenzzentrum des Bundes für Cybersicherheit und damit erste Anlaufstelle für die Wirtschaft, Verwaltung, Bildungseinrichtungen und die Bevölkerung bei Cyberfragen. Es ist zudem verantwortlich für die koordinierte Umsetzung der Nationalen Strategie zum Schutz der Schweiz vor Cyberrisiken (NCS) 2018-2022. Manuel Suter hat an der Universität Zürich und der ETH Zürich Politikwissenschaft mit Schwerpunkt Sicherheitspolitik studiert und zum Thema «Governance of Cybersecurity» promoviert.

  • Jessica Peichl

    Jessica Peichl works as research assistant at the University of Education Freiburg. In the research project GEIGER she has a strong focus on the subject of cybersecurity education for MSEs.

  • Alexandre Curty

    Alexandre is a seasoned cybersecurity professional with a comprehensive technological expertise stemming from over 10 years experience across several industries and positions. He advises Swiss organizations to tackle the ever-evolving cyber threat landscape.

  • Naomi De Marinis

    Naomi De Marinis

    Naomi De Marinis is training to become a barber (Coiffeuse EFZ) in her third year of apprenticeship. She wants to support Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in regards to Cybersecurity, which is why she participates in a European project as a «Cybersecurity Defender».

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